Birth date: November 06, 1970
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So the story goes, Ethan Hawke is a descendant of a knight who died at the Battle of Slaughter Bridge in 1483. The night before the battle, this knight, Sir Thomas Lemuel Hawke penned a lengthy letter to his young children so that they'd have something to remember him by, and hopefully learn somethi...
For me, this was too subtle for an anti-war book. I just didn't feel anything. I understood that the 'time traveling' were really the delusions of a man using his imagination to escape the horror of war but there was too much distraction for me to really feel the pain.Ethan Hawke did a good job with...
Kurt Vonnegut was a genius, but he's not for everyone, and the few times I've read him, he just hasn't done much for me. Thus I feel bad about not giving this book a higher rating as I know it's a great classic and a poignant, satirical treatise against war, but damn, was it weird and nonlinear and ...
saw this book at a used bookstore, which reminded me that I had read it some time ago (2003?) finding it merely competent; one could finish the book and was impressed that Ethan Hawke could write a novel, but certainly nothing one has to chase down. competent rather than a superb piece of art